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On 03/03/2013 22:02, Camille Moulin wrote:
Hi Marco, *,

Le 03/03/2013 21:47, Marco Menardi a écrit :
Why don't we simply get rid of the foot? It is so small that nobody will
probably notice that the screens are "floating".


Agree, is the only clear iMac "style and branding" piece left, why
leave it and not do the work 100% right?

The version with the "native foot" was the first thing we did, but it
looked really weird with the perspective applied ; that's why we made a
combination with the "iMac-ish" foot, which had the proper angle.

I see

In addition I'm sure that without the foot, the emphasys is put more
on the screen content, that is LiBo, than on the hardware.
If inexplicably the foot is necessary (sigh!?!?),

As mentionned in my reply to Italo, I think that would make them look
like tablets, but please just try it and share the result with us.

Funny, I what I did in my mail of 27/12/2013 but just now realize that the attachment has been removed from the message once landed on the mailing list, so bad (especially for the further discussion).

I'm sure graphics web designers that are working on the site (or a
friend of them) have a "non iMac" monitor somewhere and could take a
picture of it with the right angle.

I can assure you that it's not that easy ; but, I would be very happy to
be proved wrong, honnestly.

Ok, if is hard for you figure for me ;P.

Using gimp and your "mix Mac" images, here 3 options with "lesser and lesser" foot in sequence. I think the libopage_ver_04.png is the best one, if you are afraid of the "tablet like" in libopage_ver_05.png

I've just used the color picker and the eraser of Gimp, but sure you get the idea and can do much better.
At the moment, my preferences would go to "libopage_ver_04.png" version.
Best regards
Marco Menardi

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